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College students sound off on the Republican National Convention

This year’s Republican National Convention is one for the books.

While speeches from Donald Trump’s children and celebrities like Willie Robertson and Scott Baio followed the typical convention mold, other appearances have been quite controversial. 1,409 more words


Syracuse Chapter third annual Lift For Life set for July 20th at 7 p.m.

The Syracuse Chapter of Uplifting Athletes will hold its annual Lift For Life event on Wednesday, July 20th.

For the second consecutive year, the Syracuse Chapter Lift For Life will be open to the public and will take place at Manley Field House at 7 p.m. 292 more words

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The top 10 Division 1 schools for women's lacrosse

Lacrosse traces its roots back to the native people of North America. When originally played lacrosse involved hundreds of people and multiple villages. Goals could be up to six miles apart. 1,219 more words



I want to work with Reid Scott one day, and after you read this interview, you will, too.  Talking to Reid, I was struck by the level of appreciation, understanding, and respect he has not only for his craft, but also for his colleagues.   4,330 more words


These are the best men's lacrosse colleges in the U.S.


Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in North America. When originally played by Native Americans, the game was a major holiday that could last from dawn to dusk, spanning several days. 1,318 more words

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From the Queens to ESPN: Bamidele Idowu, the first Stuart Scott Intern

There is a popular cliché for parents to tell their kids to “dream big” and to “reach for the stars” while they are young. When they get older, however, those kids, who were once five or ten years old, grow up to realize that to achieve their dreams, it takes more than a simple dream to be successful. 811 more words

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Think Colleges are Liberal? The View from Shared Governance


Governance is sometimes a messy business. On the national political level, for example, the intersection of ideology, political posturing, and the demands and inflexibility of competing interests within the two political parties and between the branches of government has led to the deep dysfunction that angers voters. 822 more words